Introduction: An Emerging Area of Vehicular Networks and Data Exchange

Introduction: An Emerging Area of Vehicular Networks and Data Exchange

Huaqun Guo (Institute for Infocomm Research, A*STAR, Singapore)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-60566-338-8.ch001
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Abstract

Emerging vehicular networks in the forms of Intra-Vehicle (InV), Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V), and Vehicleto- Infrastructure (V2I) communications will enable a variety of applications for safety, traffic efficiency, driver assistance, as well as infotainment to be incorporated into modern automobile designs. At the same time, networked Electronic Control Units (ECUs) are increasingly being deployed in automobiles to realize functions such as engine management, air-bag deployment, and even in intelligent brake systems. In addition, users now expect to sit in an automobile and have their brought-in devices, and beamed-in services harmoniously integrated with the built-in interfaces inside the automobile. Thus, widespread adoption of vehicular networks is fast becoming a reality and critical data is being exchanged with-inside and with-outside vehicle via vehicular networks. This chapter gives an overview of this emerging area of vehicular networks, its potential applications, its potential wireless technologies for data exchange, and its research activities in the Europe, the United States (U.S.), Japan, and Singapore.

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Table of Contents
Foreword
Thomas R. Kurfess
Preface
Huaqun Guo
Acknowledgment
Huaqun Guo
Chapter 1
Huaqun Guo
Emerging vehicular networks in the forms of Intra-Vehicle (InV), Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V), and Vehicleto- Infrastructure (V2I) communications will... Sample PDF
Introduction: An Emerging Area of Vehicular Networks and Data Exchange
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Chapter 2
Sohel Anwar
An overview of the drive by wire technology is presented along with in-depth coverage of salient drive by systems such as throttle-by-wire... Sample PDF
Drive by Wire Systems: Impact on Vehicle Safety and Performance
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Chapter 3
Todd H. Hubing
Engineers and engineering managers involved in the design of automotive electronic systems need to have a basic familiarity with electronic noise... Sample PDF
Electromagnetic Compatibility Issues in Automotive Communications
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Chapter 4
Fabienne Nouvel, Wilfried Gouret, Patrice Mazério, Ghais El Zein
This chapter deals with automotive networks and the emerging requirements involved by the X-by-wire and X-tainment applications. The introduction of... Sample PDF
Automotive Network Architecture for ECUs Communications
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Chapter 5
Lek Heng Ngoh
The use of in-car networked electronic controller units (ECUs) for monitoring and control of various vehicle subsystems has become a common practice... Sample PDF
Enabling Secure Wireless Real-Time Vehicle Monitoring and Control
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Chapter 6
Xiaobo Long, Biplab Sikdar
Numerous efforts are currently under progress to enhance the safety and efficiency of vehicular traffic through intelligent transportation systems.... Sample PDF
MAC and Routing Protocols for Vehicle to Vehicle Communications
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Chapter 7
Raúl Aquino-Santos, Víctor Rangel-Licea, Miguel A. García-Ruiz, Apolinar González-Potes, Omar Álvarez-Cardenas, Arthur Edwards-Block
This chapter proposes a new routing algorithm that allows communication in vehicular ad hoc networks. In vehicular ad hoc networks, the transmitter... Sample PDF
Inter-Vehicular Communications Using Wireless Ad Hoc Networks
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Chapter 8
Nicholas F. Maxemchuk, Patcharinee Tientrakool, Theodore L. Willke
Cyber-physical systems use sensing, communications, and computing to control the operation of physical devices. Sensing and computing devices have... Sample PDF
The Role of Communications in Cyber-Physical Vehicle Applications
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Chapter 9
Lili Du, Satish Ukkusuri, Shivkumar Kalyanaraman
Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks (VANETs) are composed of vehicles equipped with advanced wireless communication devices. As a paradigm of decentralized... Sample PDF
Integrating Traffic Flow Features to Characterize the Interference in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks
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Chapter 10
Ziyuan Wang, Lars Kulik, Kotagiri Ramamohanarao
Congestion is a major challenge in today’s road traffic. The primary cause is bottlenecks such as ramps leading onto highways, or lane blockage due... Sample PDF
Proactive Traffic Merging Strategies for Sensor-Enabled Cars
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Chapter 11
Javier Ibañez-Guzmán
The next paradigm towards enhancing vehicle safety and road transportation represent cooperative systems. Advances in computer and communications... Sample PDF
The Localisation Problem in Cooperative Vehicle Applications
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Chapter 12
Denis Gingras
In this chapter, the authors will review the problem of estimating in real-time the position of a vehicle for use in land navigation systems. After... Sample PDF
An Overview of Positioning and Data Fusion Techniques Applied to Land Vehicle Navigation Systems
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Chapter 13
Giorgio Calandriello, Antonio Lioy
Privacy, security, and reliability are key requirements in deploying vehicular ad-hoc networks (VANET). Without those the VANET technology won’t be... Sample PDF
Efficient and Reliable Pseudonymous Authentication
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Chapter 14
Valentin Cristea, Victor Gradinescu, Cristian Gorgorin, Raluca Diaconescu, Liviu Iftode
This chapter systematically presents actual issues regarding the simulation of VANET applications. Some of them refer to challenges in developing... Sample PDF
Simulation of VANET Applications
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Chapter 15
Syed Masud Mahmud
New types of communication networks will be necessary to meet various consumer and regulatory demands as well as satisfy requirements of safety and... Sample PDF
In-Vehicle Network Architecture for the Next-Generation Vehicles
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